Children’s slots are – Tuesdays and Thursdays at 9:45am, 10:00am and 10:15am. Wednesdays and Fridays 16:00pm and 16:15pm or Sundays at 10:15am and 12:45pm. Under 3s are free to enter but you must call ahead.
Children under 11 will not be permitted at any other time.
We do not take any bookings for groups over 6.
Please sanitize your hands upon entry and after petting the cats.
Sanitizer is provided in kitty dispensers on every table.
Please adhere to current government guidelines regarding social distancing and mask wearing.
Do not let yourself in out of the entrance doors, these are strictly to be operated by staff only.
Please feel free to stroke and play with the cats as they love a fuss,
but do not pick the cats up. Not all cats like to be handled and we don’t want you to be scratched.
Please do not kiss the cats or wake up sleeping cats and do not disturb them whilst eating or grooming.
Please do not feed the cats – unless the staff have given you treats to do so. If you have brought your own treats please seek permission before giving them to the cats, too many treats can upset their tummies so we have to limit them.
Please do not bring your own cat with you.
We welcome children under 11s during our allocated slots and
encourage children to learn about caring for animals. However, we expect children to be fully supervised at all times in the cafe.
Anyone found to be acting inappropriately will be asked to leave.
Interacting with our kitties…
Our friendly staff are always on hand to answer any questions about our kitties, they are very knowledgeable and can also advise you on each cats favourite toy and playing style.
Our cats are very sociable but please bear in mind that you have a bond of trust with your own cats that you do not have with ours (yet). Therefore, your cat will be much more comfortable with you than our cats will.
It’s good to pick your moments – if the cat isn’t looking at you and can’t see you coming, or they’re engaged in another activity, we recommend making eye contact with the cat before moving toward them.
Cats have great mid-to-long range eyesight but can’t see very well up close so dangling toys too close isn’t going to be effective. They love the chase, move the toy like prey and they’re more likely to play.